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We unfortunately arrived during prime time on a Sunday afternoon so there was a bit of a wait, but it also gave us the chance to hang out on the patio and snap some pics.
I sneaked a bite of my mom's blueberry whole wheat pancakes which were light, fluffy, and chock full of fruit. They also had buttermilk, cornmeal, and other fruit toppings available.
I ordered the smoked salmon benedict with hashbrowns and fresh fruit. I had mixed feeling because I've ordered many a salmon benedicts before and have had my fair share of fishy, overcooked soggy messes but I was willing to give it another try. Wow, let me tell you, if you're a fan of smoked salmon, you MUST ORDER THIS! I have been searching for Europe quality salmon here in the states and this is the closest I have come, it had that moist, slightly salty, melt in your mouth flavor/texture that all smoked salmon should have. The hollonsaise sauce was also good - little thicker than normal but it had great flavor. My only complaint was that my poached eggs were overdone and I didn't have that whole liquid gold runny yolk thing going for me, but it was still delicious.
I can easily see why Magnolia Cafe has become such a staple to the locals The friendly service, relaxed atmosphere, and simple yet well executed menu makes for an ideal place to grab a quick bite, weekend brunch, or even an enjoyable night out.